A property belonging to the Kremlin-appointed “administrator” of Kherson Oblast Volodymyr Saldo, who fled from the city of Kherson before is liberation by the Ukrainian army, was searched by agents from the State Bureau of Investigation or DBR on Jan. 6.
The investigative activities were conducted within the framework of criminal proceedings under Art. 111, Art. 111−1 (high treason) and Art. 436−2 (conducting an aggressive war or aggressive military operations) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, the DBR wrote on Telegram on Jan. 6.
During the search, the law enforcement officers found documents from the Russian Federation “with direct instructions to commit crimes against Ukraine,” information on the structure of the occupation administration, notes on the features of Russian legislation and information about Kherson patriots and activists.
“Saldo's library deserves special attention, where he probably gathered his ideology about ‘great Russia’. Next to such books as “Empress Catherine II”, “Russia. Great destiny”, “Moscow. Thoughts in photos”, stands the manual “The joy of sex. A book about the wisdom of love”.
“There is also a lot of Soviet heraldry, awards and St. George’s ribbons,” said the DBR.